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Call for Papers for the Second International Cryptographic Module Conference

03-06-2014 06:34 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Mark Your Calendar: ICMC 2014, November 19-21, Hilton Washington D.C., Rockville, MD

ICMC brings together experts from around the world to confer on the topic of cryptographic modules, with emphasis on their secure design, implementation, assurance, and use, referencing both new and established standards such as FIPS 140-2 and ISO/IEC 19790.

We are focused on attracting participants from the engineering and research community, test laboratories, government organizations, the procurers, deployers and administrators of cryptographic modules and academia. Our program consists of one day of workshops and tutorials, followed by two days of 30 minute presentations (plus 15 minute for questions). We solicit proposals for high quality papers and relevant workshops that will be of interest to the community involved with cryptographic modules on topics below. Visit www.ICMConference.org for complete information.

Topics:
Management of Cryptographic Modules in the Field
Standards: Including FIPS 140-2, ISO/IEC 19790, FIPS 140-3
Physical Security and Hardware Design
Key Management
Random Number Generation
Side Channel Analysis, Non-invasive Attacks
Choice of and Implementing Cryptographic Algorithms
Cryptographic Modules Implemented in Open Source
Hybrid Systems, Embedded Systems
Tools and Methodologies
Other Cryptographic Standards

The committee favors vendor-neutral presentations that focus on the practical design, testing and use of cryptographic modules. Product vendors are encouraged to recruit clients and partners who are front-line implementers as presenters.

Dates:
Abstracts: April 10, 2014
All prospective authors must submit their abstracts and workshop proposals using this link: http://icmconference.org/?page_id=24
Review and comments: May 18, 2014
Acceptance notifications: July 17, 2014
Final versions due: October 23, 2014

Workshops/Tutorials: November 19, 2014
Presentation of papers: November 20-21, 2014

For any questions regarding submissions or the conference in general, please contact us at info@icmconference.org.

atsec information security is an independent, privately owned company that focuses on providing laboratory and consulting services for information security. We address commercial and government sectors around the world.

atsec information security corporation
9130 Jollyville Road, Suite 260
Austin, TX 78759
USA

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